United States -- Politics and government
Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:
The collection consists of lithographs that appeared in Puck, Harper's Weekly, and Illustrated London News.
The C-SPAN records consist of materials created and collected by the C-SPAN Corporation and its founder Brian Lamb from the years 1809, 1978-2012. The materials created by C-SPAN originate from 1978-2012, with one antique newspaper from 1809 gifted to Lamb. The records document C-SPAN's functions as a broadcasting network, as well as its continuing engagement in the political and public affairs sphere of the United States.
The Chester McCall papers contain materials from his tenure at the Department of Commerce as well as his private life.
A single letter sent to the Hon. C. James Faulkner from Gideon G. Westcott, John Robbins, Jr., and James R. Ludlow inviting him to speak at a celebration planned by the Pennsylvania Democrats for the 68th anniversary of the adoption of the Constitution.
114 buttons and one scarf made to advertise American political campaigns, created from circa 1956 - 1992.
The papers document Wilkins' career while he was a professor at George Mason University. The documents include correspondence, publications, and speeches. There are also 14 videotape cassettes with lectures by other Robinson professors and media appearances by Wilkins.
Contains records of Scott's career as a U.S. Congressman and Senator of Virginia from 1967-1979, including reports, bills, hearings, campaign materials, appointment books, voting records, correspondence, publications, photographs, video tapes, and congressional research materials.